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Cleaning products, furnishing, paint, and flooring can all emit dangerous chemicals, gases and VOCs into the environment. Often odorless or masked by other more pleasant odors, they cause allergy flare-ups and exacerbate existing conditions. Some VOCs, such as formaldehyde, are known carcinogens linked to cancer.

The Austin Air HealthMate® Plus

The Austin Air HealthMate® Plus removes the widest range of chemicals, gases and VOCs in your home.

If you’re concerned about chemicals, gases and VOCs in your home, the Austin Air HealthMate®Plus with its broad-spectrum adsorption is our recommended air purifier. Using a combination of Medical Grade HEPA and a unique carbon blend, the Austin Air HealthMate®Plus will effectively remove a wide range of chemicals, VOCs, and other airborne contaminants.

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Thanksgiving Tip #1: How to Reduce Indoor Pollution from Cooking

Thanksgiving Tip #1: How to Reduce Indoor Pollution from Cooking

As Thanksgiving is just around the corner, many of us will be cooking up a storm. And while this is a great time with friends and family, we should be aware that cooking with gas stoves is putting harmful pollutants into the air of our homes. The levels of these pollutants are so high, in fact, health authorities have been warning about them for decades. This article will discuss what those pollutants are … how they affect people's health—especially the...

Do You Have Radon Gas in Your Home?

Do You Have Radon Gas in Your Home?

Since the arrival of COVID-19, we have all spent much more time at home. This has led to an increased risk of exposure to radon, which is why the Canadian government is advising every household to test their home for radon. What is Radon? As uranium, thorium, and radium break down in the soil, rocks, and water, they create radon gas. Outdoors, radon levels generally remain low as the gas dissipates into the air. Nothing too dangerous about that, you...

Why Opening Your Windows This Spring Isn’t Enough to Freshen Up Your Home

Why Opening Your Windows This Spring Isn’t Enough to Freshen Up Your Home

When the weather warms up, we can't wait to fling open all the windows and doors to freshen up our homes. But is this really the best way to improve indoor air quality and remove airborne pollutants? In a word, no. And here's why. Keep Springtime Pollen Out! For people with seasonal allergies, springtime can be a real challenge. Trees, plants, and grasses all release millions of pollen spores into the air, creating havoc for anyone with allergies. If you...

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